Lukman Otunuga is a research analyst at FXTM. A keen follower of macroeconomic events, with a strong professional and academic background in finance, Lukman is well versed in the various factors affecting the currency and commodity markets. Lukman holds a BSc (hons) degree in Economics from the University of Essex, UK and an MSc in Finance from London School of Business and Finance, where he studied corporate finance, mergers & acquisitions and the role of international financial institutions.
The positive sentiment fueled by trade hopes is likely to support emerging market stocks16 Jan 2020 - Opinion
The ‘phase one’ trade deal could be good news for Aramco which recently completed the largest initial public offering (IPO)22 Dec 2019 - Opinion
Global debt reached a record $184 trillion in 201705 Nov 2019 - Opinion
Demand-side concerns in the form of rising US inventories, persistent US-China trade disputes and worrying signs of decelerating world growth have not been kind to oil prices27 Aug 2019 - Opinion
Markets already seem to have factored in a July rate cut by the U.S. Federal Reserve and are beginning to look at what happens next17 Jul 2019 - Opinion
Buying of 'safe haven' assets has retreated since a truce was reached in the trade dispute between the U.S. and China at the recent G20 meeting03 Jul 2019 - Opinion
Persistent fears over trade tensions and a weaker global economy have pushed gold prices higher09 Jun 2019 - Opinion